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SEC Riders of the Fall

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Fences
McKayla Langmeier, Auburn

  • Was the NCEA October Rider of the Month in the event.
  • Went 3-0-0 on the month in Fences, helping the Tigers continue their undefeated streak.
  • Her performances helped Auburn finish 11-4 in the event, including a 5-0 sweep of Texas A&M and a 4-1 win over the Gamecocks on the road.
  • The NCEA and SEC Fences Rider of the Year kicked off her junior year with an 86-84 win on the road at No. 3 South Carolina.
  • Langmeier followed with a season-best 87 points on the road, topping her opponent at No. 4 Georgia.
  • She capped the fall off with a 15-point win over her Aggie opponent with another 87 points.
  • Overall, she averaged an 86.7 over three meets and had an 8.3 point winning margin.

Flat
Taylor St. Jacques, Auburn

  • Was the NCEA October Rider of the Month in the event.
  • The NCEA & SEC Flat Rider of the Year picked up where she left off last season, going 3-0-0 in the event in October to help Auburn continue its undefeated streak.
  • Averaged an 87.3 over three meets and her margin of victory was 12 points vs. the three SEC opponents.
  • Kicked off her senior campaign with a 16-point win at No. 3 South Carolina, 84-68.
  • Followed with an 11-point win at No. 4 Georgia, helping the Tigers finish 3-2 in the event over their rival on the road.
  • Capped the month with a nine-point win vs. No. 7 Texas A&M, scoring 94 points. That score tied her career high in the event.
  • Behind her leadership, the Flat squad won the event in all three meets this month.

Isabelle Heckler, Georgia

  • Went undefeated in the fall against all conference opponents.
  • Scored an 81 or above in all meets, averaging over an 82.
  • Defeated opponents by an average score of 4 points.

Horsemanship
Olivia Tordoff, Auburn

  • Was the NCEA October Rider of the Month in the event.
  • The sophomore picked up where she left off last season and was perfect in October for the Tigers, helping the team continue its unbeaten streak.
  • Averaged a 78.2 on the month and had a two-point margin of victory over the three meets.
  • Kicked off the season with a career-high 80 in her win at No. 3 South Carolina.
  • Followed with an MOP performance at No. 4 Georgia, besting her opponent by three points with a 78.5.
  • Capped the fall with a 76-74.5 victory over No. 7 Texas A&M.
  • Helped the Horsemanship squad in the event in all three meets, going 10-4-1 overall.

Hayley Riddle, Texas A&M

  • Registered a 3-0 record in the fall.
  • Earned her second career MOP in the win over South Carolina.

Reining
Sloane Vogt, South Carolina

  • Vogt continued to show her development as the season opened, narrowly falling to Auburn's Deanna Green, 75.5-74.5, in the opener.
  • She rallied to get the first reining M.O.P. win of her career at Texas A&M, winning her matchup 69.5-68.5 before finishing the fall with a 70-69 win against Georgia.
  • The NCEA reining Rider of the Month for November finished the fall with a 71.33 scoring average.